Eight historic sites to be restored to educate young people of nation’s history

Vietnamese Prime Minister approved eight projects to restore historic sites for the education of young people about the country’s glorious history.

Eight historic sites managed by the Vietnam Youth Communist Union include Nam Oa - an area for talks about Vietnamese patriotic tradition in the central province of Quang Nam with totally cost of VND10 billion (US$ 448.5); a memorial to pay tribute to  a company of Youth Volunteers C283 in Quyet Thang Village in the central province of Quang Binh’s Bo Trach District with estimated spending of  VND30 billion (US$ 1,345.6); renovation of ecological lake in the Dong Loc T crossroads monument costing VND5 billion (US$2,242); histories site to pay tribute to Young Volunteers Xuan Son in Quang Binh Province; a memorial for Young Volunteers in the southern province of Tay Ninh; museum for Vietnamese young people in Hanoi; historic site for Vietnamese young people and memorial to pay tribute to a company of Youth Volunteers 915 in the northern province of Thai Nguyen.

The PM also approved a proposal that the Ministry of Defense will manage the national historic site Central Committee Office for South Vietnam, the agency in charge of making policies and planning in the region during war, in Tay Ninh province

By Lam Nguyen – Translated by Anh Quan

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